2019-2020 Award recipients

The GHAGA is a periodic award focused on encouraging healthcare providers, hemophilia treatment centers as well as hemophilia societies to submit proposals that would contribute to improving education, supporting outreach, strengthening diagnosis, and facilitating access to treatment.

In the first edition of the program, four awards of €50,000 each were offered to participants whose proposals best matched the program's objectives, while meeting all the selection criteria as assessed by a Review Committee.


Here you can meet the awardees:

Multicenter study of diagnostic tool for patients with hereditary bleeding disorders: from bedside to comprehensive investigation

Ampaiwan Chuansumrit (Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol, University, Thailand).

Strengthen and standardize Haemophilia diagnosis in Nigeria. (Diagnosis Haemophilia Nigeria Project)

Theresa Nwagha (University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Nigeria)

Comprehensive medical care mobile team

Nurbek Orozaliev (Public Association "Community of handicapped-hemophiliacs" in Kyrgyz Rep., Kyrgystan)

Using mobile application to improve hemophilia care in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Pudjo Hagung Widjajanto (Pediatric Hematology & Oncology Division of Dr. Sardjito Hospital/ Faculty of Medicine, Public Health & Nursing, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia)